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Jan 13, 2010 6:00am EST
the united states. we are watching the roasting of the brave and bland. how does this work? >> >we caramelized the shippers. -- sugars. >> we tried to get this on camera. it smells amazing. the smells in here are unbelievable. you have to check it out. get on the ravens bandwagon. let's talk raven -- whether. -- weather. we will see temperatures moderate tomorrow. we are looking forward to the end of the week including the saturday night playoff game against the colts. we are working on a different tree -- drink that has some chocolate in it. we are building to the grand finale. they have equipment from all over the world. it is quite an operation. it is really fascinating. >> temperatures are cold but not unusual for this time of year. we are watching some cloud cover drifting out of pennsylvania. it is not going to be completely clear to start the day today. this activity should stay north of us. you get moisture driving southbound into maryland. when high pressure is around, things stay pretty quiet. the upper 30's and low 40's. clear tonight and cold with temperatures dropping
Jan 25, 2010 6:00am EST
president of the united states deciding your fate. president obama is being called for jury duty. the president's name was pulled from among the roles of potential jurors in his home district of cook county, illinois. the president is supposed to answer the call later today, but the white house is expected to have the president excused. no sitting president has ever served on a jury. >> you want to know why your baby is crying? there is an app for that. the iphone has an application called the cry translator. the company claims that after listening to a baby's cries for 10 seconds, the app will light one of the icons. those icons will show whether the baby is hungry, tired, bored, sleepy, stressed or in discomfort. the app creator says the program is to help parents identify with their child's situation but is not a substitute for a doctor. >> maybe they can work on one for adults. 6:40. 57 degrees. coming up, the morning's headlines. >> i'm nikole killion in washington with more on the president's message as he prepares for his state of the union address this week. that story co
Jan 19, 2010 6:00am EST
children eligible for adoption to come here to the united states. wbal tv. >> a donation of food, clothing, or money is not enough. >> many are trying to contribute their time and talents to those in need. jennifer franciotti joins us live with more on that part of the story. >> in eight doctors of every kind. -- they need doctors of every kind. tonight, a team from st. joe's medical sister -- medical center is leaving for haiti. >> this doctor got together with different and they put together a team of eight medical professionals to use their own vacation time to go to haiti to help. >> almost a week after the event, most of the crash injuries and the orthopedic trauma that has existed -- we may be doing imputations more than anything else. >> they plan to camp out and work long hours to help as many victims as they can. some are treating earthquake victims are ready. her husband is a dentist. they are providing medical help. she says she is dealing with hundreds of crash injuries, broken bones and burns. they are lacking suture materials and antibiotics. this doctor knows them
Jan 27, 2010 6:00am EST
is but an attempt to better explain and defend it. >> the president of the united states. >> in his first address tonight, he takes on the first issue, the economy. >> how to get it back on a firmer foundation. what do we do to put our government back on. >> the middle class is expected to be a dominant theme. he is rolling out new>> somehow over the past year, independents have turned againstthere is a perception that he may be on this side of wall street and main street. you. >> his message tonight, substance not rhetoric says his former speech writer. >> speeches are not going to fix anything. what is going to fix things is a change in policy. >> aides say the president will it remained in limbo. he will discuss their efforts to combat terrorism. in washington, wbal-tv. >> if you are traveling south on the campus for express, reports of a vehicle fire. -- harrisburg express wheway, reports of a vehicle fire. an accident coming in a different area once we get a live picture. in cecil county, some flooding. take 276 as a your alternate. seven minutes on 895 north from the harbor tu
Jan 4, 2010 6:00am EST
. >> you're invited. >> thank you. starting tonight. passengers traveling to the united states will face tougher security measures at airports. it comes in the wake of that attempted troiflt bomb ago board a northwest airlines flights on christmas day. 11 news washington bureau reporter nikole killion has details. >> the new security rules apply to all u.s.-bound international flights, all passengers will be subject to random screening but some may face more scrutiny. beginning today the t.s.a. says passengers flying into the u.s. will face enhanced screening. the tougher measures targeted at those traveling from or through countries of interest and those that sponsor terrorism such as cuba, iran, sudan and syria. >> it's at airports across the globe where terrorists are trying to slip through the cracks and attack us. the terrorists are smart. they know where security is good. they know where security is lax. >> among the new procedures, travelers would be subject to full body scans, patdowns and searches of carry on bags. >> the notion that bad guys are going to hide bombs or what
Jan 18, 2010 6:00am EST
toll and numbers of wounded continue to rise, humanitarian aid continues to pour in from the united states. one organization lending a hand is catholic relief services here in baltimore. >> this is as bad as it gets. >> the c.r.s. president says the organization is working to get 12 relief sites up in churches in haiti. he says at least 80% of the haitian population is catholic, and now is the time when they need their faith more than ever. >> when everything is lost, i think we all turn to our faith, whichever one it is. for kind of an anchor. a guide. a source of support. >> the archdiocese of baltimore is asking their churches to do what they can to send support to haiti. collections will be taken at services this week. father ross says they're having a day of solidarity on thursday. they're urging the congregation to skip a meal or make a sacrifice, and attend special services to pray for the haitians. >> if they can't join us here to take some time on thursday to pray. that's a kind of assistance that can arrive immediately in haiti. whoever we are, wherever we are, we are all
Jan 26, 2010 6:00am EST
than they do abut the next speech. >> the president of the united states. a this morning, congress is expecting more bad news for rising deficits. even the malaise -- even the president's allies say it would barely make a dent in it even given the hiring freeze. >> if you are feeling blue, the cold weather makes january and the next month a prime time for depression. the last full week of january is the most depressing day of thethe holidays are over, bills areif you are feeling down, get moving. to combat this, you may want to interact with others to fight depression. and you may want to mark your calendars for june 25. the happiest day of the year is that is bringing us to our watercooler question of the day. depressed around this time of year? email us your response to >> my jam was so crowded yesterday evening. -- my gymnasium was so crowded yesterday evening. maybe people are trying to work out more. next up, the bloomberg business report. >> and the bizarre incident that left an olympic skaters fathered dead. >> and some thieves left their items in precar
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